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of a seven year old political grudge. >> joining me now is diane black. representative, great to see you. >> it's great to be with you. thank you for having me today. >> you bet. >> the president is about to honor six women who died at sandy hook and talking about gun legislation, the president said in the state of the union they deserve a vote. what do you think to the representatives who have made the same call? >> i want to say i cannot imagine being in the situation of the terrible losses that happened there at sandy hook and my heart goes out to all of the family members and that entire community. first of all, the president has not put a plan on the table and neither has the senate. but there are all kinds of solutions that the president is talking about. we have to talk about mental health. we have to talk about the people who use guns in crimes are really penalized to the highest standard that we can penalize them. the unprecedented amount of violence that the young people are seeing, these are issues that we need to talk about to make sure that when we do what we do we're truly
patient demands. fox business network diane macedo joins us with those details. good morning diane. >> the big question was how affordable will that care really be. now california has healthcare obstacle they don't have enough money to treat the influx of patients. the american medical colleges 16 of california's 58 counties has a recommended supply of primary care physicians and nearly 30 percent of the state's doctors are approaching retirement age. to combat that problem they want treatment and pharmacists and p optometrists to act as primary care providers. not just california the national conference of state legislatures say 350 laws expanding the roles have gone nationwide and 24 states launched more than 50 additional proposals since the start of the new year. supporters say those professionals mentioned have more training than allowed to use and often see patients that are easily diagnosed but talk them to a doctor after waiting months. they tend to order more tests and subscribe more ant yacht dicks which could cauost more. health insurance does no good if you have no acc
aggressive about it. >> diane feinstein, following up on your point, says, look, we have such a process. i don't think you can calculate the hostility and the enmity that is generated by civilian deaths. >> drones _ the tragic nature of being a superpower. people are going to get drone s and come back at us. but it is still necessary that we do these things because what else are we going to do? >> we have a secret army and the cia is going off on its own. you wrote a book about this -- >> it makes me extremely anxious because the history of a covert action is that it often backfires. i hate to be fruity about this, but if you are a superpower and try to keep peace and the world, you are going to be reprehensible things and it is almost guaranteed to come back and bite you, but you still have to do it. >> i remember you predicted right after 9/11, get ready, we will do unpalatable things. >> of course, it just goes with the territory. >> there was this moment in the hearings that i thought was indicative which was actually about waterboarding and torture, in which brennan said he knew about
have been muted in their criticism -- >>ma obama has been much more aggressive. >> diane feinstein, chairman of the senate intelligence committee, says that we have such a process to get clearance for wiretaps. i don't think you can calculate the hostility and the enmity that is generated by civilian deaths and drones. >> drones _ the tragic nature of being a superpower. they are essential and are sure to end that they -- en bay. there will be a bad ending to this story but it is still necessary to do these thins because what else are we going to do? >> we have a secret army and the cia is going off on itsts own. you wrote a book about this -- >> it makes me e extremely anxious, because the history of covert action is that itften backfires. but it is just an existential dilemma. i hate to be too fruity about this but if u are a superpower and are trying to keep peace in the well, yowill fto morally reprehensible thgs. >> i remember you predicted rightfter 9/11, get ready, we are going to be doing some very unpalatable things. >> of course, it just g goes with the territory. you c
access to a minor's online accounts after that minor is death. ricky and diane rash hunted for clues into their teenage son's suicide in 2011 but were blocked from accessing facebook page because of privacy laws. >> well, you see it there, it's the power of social media and people. still ahead at 7:00, how twitter helped convince the makers of a popular bourbon not to change the recipe hchlt and a toddler slapped on a flight. we'rea going to hear from the outraged parent. >> but first, ladies first. dave ross will join us live show us how danica patrick made nascar history. >> as we take you to the break, a live look outside. the latest weather and traffic from tucker and jeff next. it's 7:09.  ♪ that t aroma calls to you ♪ time to jump in to something new ♪ ♪ ♪ the best part of wakin' up ♪ is folgers in your cup >>> to help mark president's day, the race to mount rushmore comes to an end. they'll meet george, abe and tom there. i feel like i should call them the president. mr. president tom and george. fans can decide who wins by voting on
of wayne lapierre and the national rifle association that makes gun advocates like diane feinstein, to say it will be an uphill battle. >> they come after you, they put together large amounts of money to defeat you. >> reporter: but he is on a mission to convince his colleagues. >> we need to wake members up to the fact if they want to do the right thing and join us on gun reform, there is not a political referendum like maybe a decade or two ago. >> reporter: during the 2010 campaign, the nra flooded the area with ads regarding guns, and sherrod brown, and figures for the nonresponsive politics shows that the nra spent over $4 million on the senate campaigns, losing seven out of eight races where they spent over $100,000. money is not the only way to measure influence. >> i think that the nra as a single issue group, is extremely potent as a political force out there. and even though their success rate was less than 50% with their outside spending in the last election, they have these members, millions of members they can mobilize who are strongly motivated on this issue. >> reporter: man
a month into its ownership. dagen: diane macedo joins us. >> several adweek executives are out now. you have vice president circulation and senior vp. as you mentioned, this is all under the new parent company. we reached out to this, but they will not comment just yet. there is an ipo that i know you want to mention. connell: i do not like cats. >> add china works over in china. they filed for an ipo over a year ago. great year. they filed for an ipo. here we are a year later. they withdrew the plans for the initial public offering. have not heard much from the company in terms of revisiting these plans in the future. >> connell watches pat videos. i caught him. >> this is a very popular thing. we love to kill time watching cats videos. they are using youtube cat videos to try to promote the liturgy need. it rafted up the plastic and keeps your house from stinking. they have some bling out kiddies and backup dancers. they are hoping to entice even cat haters like you, connell. [talking over each other] dagen: cat urine is the bigger problem. >> that is why you need this. dagen: i picke
it to the first contest. few others contemplated running. she never took any real steps to run. diane feinstein dropped hints at a future white house bid on her mind in the late 1980s only to then lose the governors race to pete wilson in 1990. instead of running for the top job in 1992, feinstein was left to settle for a senate seat, a seat she has been happy to keep since then. and that is really it as far as female prospects for the democratic prospect. until 2008 when hillary clinton won 18 million votes and a bunch of primaries and caucuses. where she lost to a black man who went on to win the white house and defeated a republican ticket that included a woman. excuse me. it included a woman. in the wake of all of that, the notion that the terms presidential prospect in white guy went happened in hand to feel antiquated. the clear front runner
because the tea party has actually ruined the republican party. >> host: jim's in austin, texas. diane is an independent, she's in the vermont. hi, diane. go ahead. >> caller: hi. thanks for c-span, the only actual reality show on tv. thank you so much. i usually call on the republican line, but i'm not sure what i am anymore. i do know for a fact that i'm a member of the taxed enough already group, and that is what tea actually stands for. i'm not really sure what the original question was, i think it had something to do with how is the sequester going to hurt -- >> host: and we're asking how will it affect you? >> caller: i don't think it's going to affect me at all. i'm so low in the tax bracket now that i'm pairly surviving. our family has learned how to live quite well on very little money, and it it can be done, ad it can be done pretty happily for our small family. this is not a democracy, it is representative republic, and there is a lot of misinformation and disinformation that has been perpetuated over 40 years of the public school system, i believe. people are very, very mis
by judith brown dianes. bill, let's begin with this falsification by rubio and boehner. there was a study in new jersey which looked at the effects of a minimum wage hike. it concludes by saying we find no evidence that the rise in new jersey's minimum wage reduced employment at fast-food restaurants in the state. it goes on to say raising the minimum wage at least in this case actually increased employment. so what are these people talking about? >> martin, as usual, i have no idea. it doesn't make any sense whatsoever. by the way, one of the two authors of that study was allen krueger who at the time was a princeton professor and now is head of obama's council on economic advisers. so as a result of that conclusion, it's not surprising that he would suggest raising the minimum wage because obviously his work shows that does not reduce employment in any way. it actually helps people get jobs and helps bring people out of the middle class. >> judith, a worker making the current minimum wage of $7.25 an hour would earn $14,500 a year. now, the federal poverty level for a family of two is $
got me parched." diane brown writes "must wash down these lies, water, water." and randy martin offers this caption "i just killed my career." tonight there are more questions about the cop killer story in california. we have video that might be the last few minutes of chris dorner's revenge killing rampage. we're coming back with that. stay with us. our first full team gathering! i wanted to call on a few people. ashley, ashley marshall... here. since we're often all on the move, ashley suggested we use fedex office to hold packages for us. great job. [ applause ] thank you. and on a protocol note, i'd like to talk to tim hill about his tendency to use all caps in emails. [ shouting ] oh i'm sorry guys. ah sometimes the caps lock gets stuck on my keyboard. hey do you wanna get a drink later? [ male announcer ] hold packages at any fedex office location. ya. alright, another one just like that. right in the old bucket. good toss! see that's much better! that was good. you had your shoulder pointed, you kept your eyes on your target. let's do it again -- watch me. just like that one...
, folks, all this lying has got me parched." diane brown writes "must wash down these lies, water, water." and randy martin offers this caption "i just killed my career." >>> tonight there are more questions about the cop killer story in california. we have video that might be the last few minutes of chris dorner's revenge killing rampage. we're coming back with that. stay with us. hool break and they're already bored. hmm, we need a new game. ♪ that'll save the day. ♪ so will bounty select-a-size. it's the smaller powerful sheet. the only one with trap + lock technology. look! one select-a-size sheet of bounty is 50% more absorbent than a full size sheet of the leading ordinary brand. use less. with the small but powerful picker upper, bounty select-a-size. ya. alright, another one just like that. right in the old bucket. good toss! see that's much better! that was good. you had your shoulder pointed, you kept your eyes on your target. let's do it again -- watch me. just like that one... [ male announcer ] the durability of the volkswagen passat. pass down something he will be grate
congressman ron barber, tennessee congresswoman diane black, and on the power panel we have jackie, chris, and robert. don't go anywhere, though. "now with alex wagner" is coming up the next hour. >> happy valentine. >> back at you. >> republicans are dragging their feet on the chuck hagel vote, while lawmakers hold the john brennan confirmation in limbo. it seems small ball is the name of the game on capitol hill. we'll discuss filibusters, closure votes and other legislative minuta, how is that for a steve, with steve, maggie, joy, and curt anderson. plus, ezra cline joins us for a highly focused look at the push to raise the minimum wage. and climate change and energy reform are on the presidential agenda, but it ain't easy being green. we will get frank on fracking and more with francis, an actor and environmentalist chris nothe. all that when "now" starts in a mere 180 seconds. so delicious? because every flake is double-toasted... splashed with sweet honey... and covered in rich double-roasted peanuts. mmm. [ hero ] yummy. [ male announcer ] kellogg's crunchy nut. it's super delicio
on the deal. there's going to be some thinking that jobs are going to go down. >> diane, the same question. >> down. >> you're worried about job creation and growing the economy, m & a work? i'm a market guy, i'm all for it. i'm just saying you can't really clap and cheer in terms of job creation. that ain't going to happen. >> initially the jbs go down as the two enterprises merge and eventually chick growth goes up -- >> productivity goes up but it's not creating any new jobs. it's a little beef that i have. >> but if you have more efficiency, i mean, i take the u.s. air and american merger, maybe that will mean tickets go down, they'll travel more -- >> time-out, there's no chance ticket prices are going down. but the heinz deal or the dell deal, it's not a merger. it's totally private. >> what's that going to mean for jobs? it's worse. they're going to slash more jobs. i worked on wall street. i was there quite a while. i'm not against it. it's the natural order of things. have i no problem with it. i'm just saying for those people who treat about the statement of the economy and the l
, that has also been held up until after the recess for very good reasons many say because diane feinstein is now demanding seven more legal documents on targeted killings from the administration. the administration says that that's an exaggeration. that some of those that were already turned over actually were simply expansions of some of the seven she's demanding. but you're not going to have a cia director either until after the recess. >> if chuck hagel ends up confirmed and that was part of the statement today. he has majority support. he got 58 votes on the cloture vote today which implies he will be confirmed if they allow a vote. once we get defense secretary chuck hagel, what does what we just went through mean for what the relationship's going to be like between congress and the pentagon? congress and the pentagon are a little bit at each other's throats anyway about the goerks around the sequester and how the pentagon budget will proceed. what's it going to mean between congress and the pentagon once hagel is in charge after they made him go through this? >> if the president tho
. rob and diane, back to you. >> thank you, jim. >>> police in las vegas are searching for suspects after three people were killed during a gun battle between two luxury cars and a fiery crash that followed. authorities say at least one person in a range rover shot at a maserati, then crashed into a taxi. the taxi burst into flames. the driver and passenger both died. the driver of the maserati also died. >> right there on the vegas strip. this happened in a well-known area, near ceasar's palace. so this is a very busy area of the strip, right there. just a crazy story there. >> it was crowded. people returned to help, but to no avail. all of the people involved that were there, died. the people in the range rover made it out. there are police officers in many states looking for this range rover right now. this is not the first one this is happened. this is the third case of violence on the strip. there was a gentleman who was shot near a movie theater. there was a man stabbed in an elevator. scary stuff. >> wow. >> it's supposed to be fun. >> the gambling, the shoes, the buffets an
. >> stephanie: diane in lansing, michigan, you're on "the stephanie miller show." hi diane. >> caller: hi, stephanie. i'm so glad i stumbled upon your show. i have an issue with the gentleman who called about the gun buyback program. he said that taxes pay for that. well, in my state they have people donate to that. they don't pay taxes for that. >> stephanie: okay. interesting. >> caller: i don't know what -- >> some jurisdictions it is taxpayer funded. some, it's not. >> caller: okay. i just wanted to make that clear. >> stephanie: thank you for that. appreciate it. >> here in los angeles, if you sell back your gun you get a $100 gift card to ralph's. >> stephanie: and a 99 cent store spatula. >> off-brand comet. >> stephanie: jerry in sacramento. >> caller: hello stephanie. i just wanted to sound a little paul revere warning here. i know we're giggly about how the republicans are killing themselves nationally but locally, they're winning the battle. we're fighting to keep our schools open here in sacramento. they're closing 15 -- i'm sorry. they're closing 11 elementary schools, displa
spoke about the bill, including andy diane abbott.t, n >> last night, mr. speaker, last night's vote on same-sex s marriage is widely regarded as a historic vote. ines the prime minister agreee m with me that it situated to all of the people throughout the decades and all parties and indo no party, behind the scenes andr in public who have worked for such a quality? and does the prime minister agree with m e thteat the vote proves that the arc of history g slowly but it bends towards justice? >> i agree very much with the honorable lady. i think the last night's vote will be seen not just as making sure there is a proper element of equality but also helping us to build a stronger and fair society. i thought many of the speeches made last night were very moving, very emotional and i would pay tribute to all those people who actually made this case, some of them for many, many years, saying that they want their love to count the same way that a man and woman's love for each other counts. that is whwhwhwhwhwhwhwhwh a portion of today's british prime minister's question time from london.
buddies. stephanie: wow! that was rocky mountain mike and diane in raleigh on vocals. it includes everything i love. what's not great about that? heart. >> barracuda. stephanie: deb, you're on the "stephanie miller show." had i, deb. caller: hey, there everybody. stephanie: hello. caller: hi. isn't that funny how the dude said that he was calling in about ted nugent but went off on his own tangent. stephanie: they're tricky like that. caller: i called mr. boehner's office asking what the heck is wrong with him allowing that sort of scum on to the house chambers. i just don't understand what they're trying to represent and if he can get control over his caucus is pretty much the way i say it on the phone trying not to laugh. stephanie: deb, you know none of them have control of the party in that there's two responses state of the union there's a republican and a tea party one. since when, right? rand paul is giving the tea party response to both the republican response and the president. caller: it's only been since the president was african-american. stephanie: thank you! you're t
find something like bipartisan support. back to the table dedrick muhammad, diane shotzenbach, associate professor of human development in social policy at northwestern university. great to have you all here. >> thanks for having us universal pre-k, walk us through the research here. this has been -- i made a joke the other day it is like -- almost like the joke about worthwhile initiative. it is like a liberal cliche that obviously this is a good idea and -- research just seems to grow and grow and grow. suggesting. what are the -- what are the below the headlines of the research that people -- folks may not know. >> i want to start by saying they are not -- not many areas where you see this level of agreement among -- people ranging from jim heckman to al krueger, ben bernanke, all agree on this policy issue which is that this is a really good investment for children. so calculates that every collar spent on high quality early childhood education pay as 10% return in the long run. something that's -- maybe not well moan is that studies have shown that this is the most effici
was a miracle, it barely happened then. diane feinstein's persistence i think -- she gets the credit for that. there was a commentator who has been big on this issue. >> david is my colleague and he is conservative, or he's -- actually i would call david a true conservative not a zany conservative. >> bill: yeah, i think you are right. >> and he has been blogging a lot ever since newtown. 600 accidental healths a year 15,000 to 19,000 accidental injuries. so he said imagine the public uproar if a vaccine did that. but guns do it and we don't say anything. >> bill: yeah, everybody would be demanding all kinds of action, right? >> sure. >> bill: to prevent that vaccine, get rid of it. and identifying who is responsible, and the guns we just look the other way. >> yeah. >> bill: we have to get over this insane obsession with guns and this almost worship of the second amendment. >> and again, the supreme court, thank you, plays a role here. >> bill: there you go. will we see immigration reform? we'll talk about that in the next segment. >> announcer: this is the "bill press sh
false humility. diane in michigan you are on with jacki. go ahead. >> caller: hi, stephanie. i like the show. my question is for jacki about medicare. is there a cap on medicare like on social security or does everyone pay into it? >> everybody pays into it from what i understand. >> caller: okay. i heard on tom hartman's program that the people on facebook were getting their money through dividends in stock, and they don't pay into medicare when they do it that way -- >> i'm not sure i know how that works. >> stephanie: all right. i will say that. she is not in charge of facebook. otherwise she knows everything about everything. >> i use the facebook -- >> right, but you are on an employee or anything. >> no. >> stephanie: rich in minneapolis. >> caller: steph i remember scott owned health care businesses and he turned them over to his wife, and he made profits off of the drug testing or supposed proposed drug testing for the state, so he or his wife will probably make money off of this system if he accepts it. so this isn't anything he is doing for the peop
negotiating with him. they want to get coburn as a co-spon ssor on the background check. >> diane feinstein, chuck schumer. these people, they cannot push the republicans in any direction whatsoever. but wayne lapierre's mistakes, mika, week after week after week, his horrific performance on fox -- >> every single one was a cringer. >> the stupid thing they did with their gun app that little kids could play. on the month anniversary of the sandy hook slaughter. the commercial going after the president's kids. wayne lapierre did more to damage the nra than any democrat or liberal could ever do. >> he totally did. i can't imagine anybody who would look at his performance and say, well, that was produ productive for the nra. it just wasn't. he hurt himself and his organization. >> again, i saw david kaine last week on, i think, "anderson." did a very good job. very rational explanation. >> there is a debate there. >> there's a real debate over universal background checks. there's a real debate over all these issues, but the nra hasn't had it because wayne lapierre has been so extreme. >> all r
's not connected to sequester, and nor does it mean those teachers are losing their job. and we just spoke to diane young, and she also said what the secretary said is not on point. it's not really clear nor is it accurate. what she said is they're waiting on word from the federal authorities about head start money, which may or may not be part of this whole equation, and they haven't heard from the federal government, so they may, in fact, have to get rid of some teachers, simply because they're not hearing from the federal government about a routine matter, routine financing for their district, so they have to plan and that's the only thing they can do right now. we'll have to find out more from that district and others about when, how, and if these forced budget cuts are going to effect them. but the indication right now is from the department of education, that they don't really seem to know, or at least they haven't been able to point out a clear, clear example of what the secretary was claiming today. wolf? >> tom, thanks very much for that explanation. in these battles that are underway, ove
is a result of a bipartisan effort of congresswoman cathy mcmorris rodgers and congresswoman diane degette, both members of the energy and commerce committee. they've worked long and hard on this legislation. it has great promise for increased hydropower development across the nation. we're delighted to bring it tooth floor today. at this time, i would like to yield two minutes to the gentlelady from washington, cathy mcmorris rodgers. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady is recognized for two minutes. ms. mcrorries -- mrs. mcmorris rodgers: i ride in support of h.r. 267 which i introduced with my good friend from colorado, representative diana degette. as we continue to advance an all-of-the-above energy strategy we must remember to include our nation's largest, cleanest, most affordable, reliable, and renewable energy source. hydropower. sustainable hydropower is part of a strong economy. the to the see the potential and benefits of hydropower, all you have to do is look at my home state of washington state. over 57% of our electricity comes from hydropower. it's clean and renewable.
with george and robin roberts and diane sawyer, and the president of abc news. they are wonderful people. hi a great time there. i was personally ready for a new challenge. i had been a correspondent for ten years and anchoring seemed like a pretty cool thing, and i'll have my own show on cnn, and we'll see if i'm any good at it. thanks. [applause] >> how are you, sir. lieutenant tom, going to afghanistan next week. just a quick question. i know it motivated you to get into the correspondence, writing "the outpost," but i guess i really appreciate what you do for us. i wonder your opinion how to get more correspondence with us to tell our stories. >> first of all, thank you for your service -- [applause] is that your wife next to you? thank you to you too. i know when i was embedded for a week in afghanistan, was probably the worst week of my wife's life, and i didn't have a gun with me, and i was not running after anything dangerous. this is a larger -- the question about what -- how could we get more reporters telling the stories? first of all, there's a lot of great reporters trying to do
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